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Jose Vasconcelos, Mexicon academic and politician, head of the National University of Mexico and Minister of Education at the time Lawrence was in Mexico City. 2. Frederic W. Leighton, American resident in Mexico City and friend of Bynner, acted as a guide to the Lawrences. 3· American journalist and author; he was at this time teaching in Mexico City. 4· Willard Johnson (nicknamed 'Spud'), American writer, edited the magazine Laughing Horse, to which Lawrence contributed. 5· Booth Tarkington (186g-Ig64), American novelist.

None of us stirred to follow him. He sat down again. 'It sickens me too, Lorenzo,' I agreed. 'But hadn't we better see at least one round of it through, to know what we're talking about when we say we don't like it? ' 'Very well,' he glared. 'But I don't need to see a round through, as you call it. The trouble is that you're as bloodthirsty as the rest of them. You can't resist it. Frieda can't resist it. Spud can't. ' He sulked back on the bench and looked away from us, away from everything. But now came a change, a chance for the bull to vent his disgust, if not on a man, then on a decrepit, blindfolded horse.

Mr Scott and his daughter want to see something of you and Frieda and I think you'd find him interesting. ' I doubted, from his grimace toward Frieda, if he wished to accept. He apparently had not found the Scotts interesting; but when Frieda said, 'Gladly we'll come, not tonight, tomorrow,' he did not demur. ' * * * 'Au revoir,' he had written, but I was certain that I should not see him again. Over the page of his letter, as over the face of a stricken person, I had felt the cast of dissolution.

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